Sindh to maintain colleges closed until August 8: Saeed Ghani

Students studying while following SOPs at a school in Hyderabad, on June 15, 2021. — PPI/File
Students learning whereas following SOPs at a college in Hyderabad, on June 15, 2021. — PPI/File

Minister for Education Sindh Saeed Ghani on Wednesday mentioned all instructional establishments within the province will stay closed until August Eight and the remaining intermediate exams in Sindh will happen after the coronavirus state of affairs will get higher.

The instructional establishments will stay closed in step with Sindh’s coronavirus restrictions imposed as a part of a province-wide lockdown, the training minister mentioned in a press release.

“The coronavirus situation in Sindh, and especially Karachi, is not satisfactory,” the training minister mentioned, including that the choice can be reviewed on August 8.

Ghani harassed that the coronavirus circumstances in Karachi and Hyderabad have been far higher in quantity as in comparison with different elements of the nation. Keeping that in thoughts, it’s not possible to reopen colleges, he mentioned.

“The provincial coronavirus task force will meet on August 8 and will decide the way forward,” the training minister mentioned.

Sindh had suspended all exams after it imposed a lockdown within the province on July 31, additionally suspending all in-person education-related actions.


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